Juvi Designs New initial Collection Launch

JUVI DESIGNS NEW INITIAL COLLECTION LAUNCH floralesque

Last week I was lucky enough to be invited to the Juvi Designs New initial Collection Launch and I was delighted to attend. It was in House of Fraser in Dundrum in Dublin and was such a fantastic launch of the collection.

The initials collection is as it sounds – a collection of perfect initials that you can add to a necklace. They are chic and delicate and there are two versions available – one in gold vermeil and the other in sterling silver. Both are just beautiful. Juvi also have the simple fine chains available as well so you can build your own piece which I love the idea of.

JUVI DESIGNS NEW INITIAL COLLECTION LAUNCH floralesque

As part of the Initials collection there are also beautiful stacking rings with stunning colourful gemstones. Oh and did I mention the charms… so cute and you can add them to the initials to make a unique statement necklace. The gemstones on the charms are actually all birthstones – imagine how personal a gift would be be if you bought someone their initial and their birthstone. I know that personally I would love a gift like that 🙂

JUVI DESIGNS NEW INITIAL COLLECTION LAUNCH floralesque

And it is not just the initial collection that is on offer in House of Fraser – so many of Juvi Designs other collections are also on display. I had so much fun going around and looking at all of the exquisite gemstone creations.

JUVI DESIGNS NEW INITIAL COLLECTION LAUNCH floralesque

JUVI DESIGNS NEW INITIAL COLLECTION LAUNCH floralesque

JUVI DESIGNS NEW INITIAL COLLECTION LAUNCH floralesque

To read more about the brand, you can read my interview with Julie Danz from Juvi Designs here.

Again as I have said previously, I would highly recommend checking out the Juvi Designs website and they also have an online store. Juvi Designs can also be found on Facebook, Twitter and their picturesque Instagram and I for one am a big fan of the brand.

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